This article was donated by AJ and is inclusive of some of my own former research with fluorescence body markings following alien abductions.
Images courtesy of http://www.alienevidenceinc.webs.com
For well over a decade, abduction experiencers have been discovering, much to their dismay, substances on their bodies post-abduction. Many of these fluoresce under certain types of lighting. The most common spectrum these substances are visible under is the UV spectrum, i.e., a ‘black light.’ In 2003, abduction researcher and professional counselor Eve Lorgen published an article about this particular type of evidence of alien abduction titled Fluorescence Findings on Various Body Sites of Abductees. Eve Lorgen holds a B.S. in biochemistry and worked in the biotechnology industry for 7 years. According to Eve,
“The most common use for fluorometric compounds are for fluorescence labeling of substances such as DNA, enzymes, and antibodies in immunology, medical diagnostics and biotechnology. They are also employed as cytochemical stains, fluorescent probes and markers in histology. Fluorophores are excellent for the detection of trace metal and pesticide analysis…”
According to Eve, “The primary fluorescence found on abductees is in the brilliant yellow-green region of the visible spectrum…These sites include: the arm, forearm, shoulder, behind ear, breasts, back of calves, hands, chin, chest, vaginal opening, pubic hair, dog hair, and also inside the mouth and on the tongue itself. Most fluorescence is subdermal, although occasionally some fluorescence spots could be wiped away, yet most is retained within the skin suggesting an external application and diffusion mechanism through the dermal layers.”
“Less common types of fluorescence emit in the red-pink (hot pink) region and are found primarily on the hands, fingers, palms and neck region of abductees. These abductees report handling and cuddling of infant alien/human hybrid creatures. This is also subdermal.
The photo on the top (wrist) is that of a three-year-old. Note the orange-pink color of the child’s wrist. This close up reveals the overall shape of the mark and it appears to depict an unusual symbol. The child’s family has a history of abduction experiences and one of the child’s parents remembered an encounter the previous night. This is a potentially disturbing reminder of how young humans are when their first interaction with these Beings occurs.
Citing Lorgen’s 2003 article: “Less common fluorescence is white, light blue and lavender. White has been found in the mouth and oral mucous membranes and tongue. Lavender fluorescence has been found on the forearm.”
Over the past 10 years, it appears, at least from the number of images available on Internet research sites, that the color blue may have increased in prevalence. This could also be due to the fact that more abduction experiencers are taking a proactive role in their own investigations and are simply finding more marks and substances on their bodies that fluoresce under ultraviolet light. In any case, the blue-white spectrum appears to be observed more today than it was 10 years ago.
This photo below was taken of an abductee’s bedroom rug. It depicts an unknown substance on the carpet near the abductee’s bed and appeared immediately after an abduction encounter. The area is about 10 inches wide and is shaped similar to a dumbbell. It is invisible under normal light, but fluoresces blue under UV illumination. Three female alien Beings were observed to be standing near where this stain was discovered. They were not the ‘typical’ Greys that are often reported, but rather similar appearing to the aliens in blue coveralls depicted in the movie Communion, but more human looking; which leads us to suspect they may have been a hybrid version of the Communion Beings. They were females and were not wearing much clothing. [Image-Carpet spot]
The photograph below shows a similar blue substance on the hand and thumb of an abductee. As is the case with the other substances, it is not visible under normal lighting, but fluoresces blue under UV illumination.
For More Information:
A Glowing Blue Death Ray Envelopes Roundworms Before They Expire
Eve Lorgen’s Fluorescence Findings on Various Body Sites of Abductees
Eve Lorgen’s The Afterglow of the Alien Abduction Experience
Another scientific professional who is researching fluorescence findings and performing scientific analysis on samples – as well as alien implants – is Alien Evidence, Inc.
Dana Lilith is an abduction experiencer who has written and posted about similar markings on her blog at http://www.ufochick.com/ She has a few photos posted here http://www.ufochick.com/entries/2009/5 but you will have to scroll down the page to view them. Other photos are posted here http://www.ufochick.com/entries/2009/6 – again, scroll down the blog page to view the images.